The en­emy is near

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor - DAVID A. ROBIN­SON Weeki Wachee, Florida

If history were an ac­cu­rate record of past events, the cur­rent pres­i­dent’s legacy would be one of the worst ever recorded. It would be one that not only fos­tered but con­tin­u­ally pro­moted racial di­vide and ha­tred among this land’s pri­mary races. It would be one that has to­tally dis­re­garded our Con­sti­tu­tion — and be­cause Congress has con­tin­u­ally al­lowed this dis­re­gard, has made our Con­sti­tu­tion ir­rel­e­vant.

Such a history would show a pres­i­dent with to­tal dis­dain for our mil­i­tary and our state and lo­cal po­lice forces, too. If one could, with an un­bi­ased mind, stand back, study and eval­u­ate ev­ery ac­tion, in­ac­tion and pol­icy cre­ated, man­dated or oth­er­wise shoved down our throats by this pres­i­dent, there’s no way he or she could fail to see where our great­est en­emy re­sides.

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